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Companies and employers are obliged to provide their employees with personal protective equipment in case of radiation or chemical contamination - buy gas masks and special kits.
The purpose of Minister of Emergency Situations signed Vladimir Puchkov order which shall take effect from today - the protection of the population in the event of a chemical or radioactive contamination. The whole territory of St. Petersburg is related to a particular (highest) group of civil defense, including may be subjected to radioactive contamination in the event of an accident at Leningrad NPP. Therefore, 100 percent of the citizens should be provided with gas masks, nearly one in three from St. Petersburg - as "medical personal protective equipment" (kits with special preparations - AI-2).
Primary responsibility for civil defense management Ministry of Emergency Situations holds the employers. They have to buy gas masks to all employees and to create a 5 percent margin. In the absence of necessary warehouses executives have the right to distribute gas masks and kits to the employees themselves, charging them with responsibility for the safety of property. And all this - at their own expense.
Any failure to comply with these requirements qualify as sufficiently serious administrative offenses: legal entities can be fined from 100 to 200 thousand rubles, their managers or other officials - up to 20 thousand.
Nuclear war edict confuse Finnish firms altogether: "edict probably exist" Finnish companies operating in St. Petersburg have not received the emergency ministry of nuclear war edict.
Finnish companies representative of the Chamber of Commerce of the guidelines "most likely does exist" St. Peter's Finnish companies has not received Russia's emergency ministry guidelines, which say that companies should be prepared for nuclear conflict.
Emergency Minister Vladimir Putshkov has sent a letter to local businesses, telling companiesto buy gas masks and iodine tablets. Otherwise, threaten with fines.
St. Petersburg, Finnish company Stockmann has not received the emergency ministry guidelines, corporate communications told. In addition, finnish companies Lemminkäinen or YIT has no information about the emergency ministry guidelines either. - This edict or order is obviously there. We are aware however, this edict has not been brought to any finnish companies, says the Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mirja Tiri .
originally posted by: dollukka
We can only render in our minds what is going on.. in Russia